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Deep in the ground, below where they drill, is a long-term natural process of "recharging" of water. This takes the form of magmatic or rainwater that percolates for a long time through the formations.

Stoves – the traditional stove or room heater can range from 2 - 15kW, have efficiencies of up to 90% and burn either logs or pellets. They are normally utilised for individual room applications and tend to work in conjunction with conventional heating systems, although in a well-insulated house there is no reason not to utilise two or three well placed stoves for all the heating requirements. They can also be fitted with a back boiler to also provide hot water.

Heat waves form when high pressure aloft (from 10,000–25,000 feet (3,000–7,600 metres)) strengthens and remains over a region for several days up to several weeks. This is common in summer (in both Northern and Southern Hemispheres) as the jet stream 'follows the sun'. On the equator side of the jet stream, in the upper layers of the atmosphere, is the high pressure area.

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